LIBERTY TWP., N.J. — The owner of a horse that was found wandering in the township on Sept. 8 has yet to come forward.

The black gelding appears to be in good health but had no halter on and nothing to help identify him. He was taken in by Keith Klinger, who found him on Danville Mountain Road at about 11:30 that night. klinger has been searching for the owners ever since.

Authorities have been called, area horsemen contacted and a Facebook post has been shared hundreds of times, but so far no one had come to claim the horse.

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“This post has been shared 850 times. We have been in contact with Animal control,our town Mayor, 4-H and nearly every horse person in this part of the state no one recognized him,” Klinger posted on Facebook.

If no owner comes forward Klinger said he or someone he knows may keep the gelding. Some rescues have offered to take the horse too.

The mystery horse is about 14 hands tall, black with three white pasterns. Klinger described him as well behaved.

If someone has information on the owner, Klinger can be contacted through his Facebook page

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